Rescue Plan – Maybe flying a plane you don’t know how to land is a bad idea?

Rescue Plan

I think there are very few people out there who have ever flown in a plane that needed to be escorted to the runway by another plane in order to not crash and burn… It is kind of expected when you take-off that the pilot who is flying the massive clump of steel and jet fuel you happen to be inside of can actually land it back on the ground – yeah, that doesn’t seem to be the case in Rescue Plan (by LHD Games).

Set in the skies above a very simple airport consisting of 2 runways (one for small planes, and one for big ones) as well as a heliport for helicopters, your mission in this game is to help guide planes to their proper runways in order to prevent 💥😱🔥 from happening.

Played by touching and dragging on the screen of your device in order to fly your own plane which is used to escort planes to their proper runways, Rescue Plan is all about landing planes as fast as possible.

For anyone who plays a lot of casual games similar to Rescue Plan, you can probably already imagine just how easy it would be for Rescue Plan to reach a level of difficulty so crazy it becomes truly impossible. Thankfully for us, Rescue Plan is a level based game so although you will be faced with some really tricky levels, you should be able to have quite a bit of fun before this game becomes truly impossible – if it ever does get that hard.

With a really nice voxelated design, (for those who don’t know voxel graphics are basically just pixel graphics in 3D), simple controls, and not too many Ads, Rescue Plan is a fun game to play when both your feet are planted firmly on the ground and you don’t have a flight scheduled for next weekend.

The Conclusion

If you’ve been looking for an airport management game that isn’t realistic at all, this is it. Congratulations, you’ve found the craziest airport ever. 😂

Want to give Rescue Plan – Flight Control a try? The download link is just below.📲
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